The Budos Band - Band Members

Band Members

Most of the following musicians appear on both studio albums:

  • Vincent Balestrino, Shekere
  • Thomas Brenneck, Electric Guitar
  • John Carbonella Jr., Congas, Drums
  • Mike Deller, Organ
  • Daniel Foder, Bass Guitar
  • Cochemea Gastellum, Tenor Sax, Flute
  • Andrew Greene, Trumpet
  • Dave Guy, Trumpet
  • Rob Lombardo, Bongo, Congas
  • Brian Profilio, Drums
  • Dame Rodriguez, Cowbell, Clave, Tambourine
  • Jared Tankel, Baritone Saxophone

The first album, The Budos Band, includes special guest appearances by:

  • Duke Amayo, Congas
  • Johnny Griggs, Cabasa
  • Bosco Mann (a.k.a. Gabriel Roth), Rhythm Guitar, Cowbell, Congas
  • Daisy Sugarman, Flute
  • Neal Sugarman, Tenor Sax, Tambourine

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